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    Group B First Round - Zimbabwe, Ireland, UAE, Netherlands

    Discussion surrounding Group B First Round involving Zimbabwe, Ireland, UAE, Netherlands

    Mon Mar 17 (20 ovs)
    3rd Match, Qualifying Group B - Ireland v Zimbabwe
    Sylhet Stadium Sunny 18 -

    Mon Mar 17 (20 ovs)
    4th Match, Qualifying Group B - Netherlands v United Arab Emirates
    Sylhet Stadium

    Wed Mar 19 (20 ovs)
    7th Match, Qualifying Group B - Netherlands v Zimbabwe
    Sylhet Stadium

    Wed Mar 19 (20 ovs)
    8th Match, Qualifying Group B - Ireland v United Arab Emirates
    Sylhet Stadium

    Fri Mar 21 (20 ovs)
    11th Match, Qualifying Group B - Zimbabwe v United Arab Emirates
    Sylhet Stadium

    Fri Mar 21 (20 ovs)
    12th Match, Qualifying Group B - Ireland v Netherlands
    Sylhet Stadium

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    The Sylhet Stadium looks really small
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    I know it doesn't belong in this thread but would be goodto see Afridi v Anderson in the warm up game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuller Pilch View Post
    I know it doesn't belong in this thread but would be goodto see Afridi v Anderson in the warm up game
    Ignore that, Afridi not playing.

    Reckon Ireland will struggle to chase this down on St Patrick's Day


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    Can we just poach Dockrell before the start of the real tournament? I think it would be the right thing to do.
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    I enjoy watching Associate cricket way too much. Give me Ireland, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Netherlands, Nepal, PNG and New Zealand* in a tournament any day.

    *not saying NZ are associates, just that I need an 8th team to make a tournament and NZ are just so damn good to watch.

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    Well this is going well.
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    The Filth have comfortably the better bowling. But the Gash have the batting. Might be quite good to watch.

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    God I love Stirling. Ugly face, ugly bowling, ugly batting. The embodiment of Irish cricket. WAG.

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    Keep going you Irish champs. I need this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    God I love Stirling. Ugly face, ugly bowling, ugly batting. The embodiment of Irish cricket. WAG.
    I don't have huge stocks of memories regarding the way Boof batted, but I can't help but think there's a comparison in there somewhere, no matter how tenuous.

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    FFS Joyce. This would be a lot less stressful if he wasn't allergic to hitting boundaries.

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    Hahaha my god. Made hard work of that.

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    Ten-pin bowling to become an integral part of T20 preparation in future IMO
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    What a game. Reminded me so much of the Zimbabwe-Ireland tie in the 2007 World Cup towards the end there; ever so close to the same result too.
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    Sanga has done well but Murali has done better. In my opinion, Murali is simply the best off spinner in history of cricket and I can't make that kind of statement for Sanga.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    God I love Stirling. Ugly face, ugly bowling, ugly batting. The embodiment of Irish cricket. WAG.
    He actually turned into a proper off spinner for a while there; got picked for Middlesex in a FC game as a bowling allrounder and all. He stopped being impossible to hit off the square in limited overs games though so he's reverted back to the darts.. WAG/C.

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